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Horst Seemann

Directing

14 Movies0TV shows
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About Horst Seemann

Horst Seemann is most well known for directing, and has 14 known credits, of which 14 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Horst Seemann’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Horst Seemann’s movies you should definitely watch Shots Under the Gallows (1968) Horst has worked on!

  1. Shots Under the Gallows (1968)
  2. Declaration of Love to G.T. (1971)
  3. Visiting Van Gogh (1985)
  4. Zwischen Pankow und Zehlendorf (1991)
  5. Woman Doctors (1984)

1. Shots Under the Gallows (1968 Movie)

The best rated movie Horst Seemann has been a part of is the drama, adventure movie Shots Under the Gallows, where they had the role of directing. It has a rating 6.6 on IMDb.

2. Declaration of Love to G.T. (1971)

Horst Seemann worked on this drama movie as directing.

3. Visiting Van Gogh (1985)

In Visiting Van Gogh Horst Seemann was worked as director, writer, music. This fantasy, science fiction, adventure movie has a rating on 6.1 on IMDb.

4. Zwischen Pankow und Zehlendorf (1991)

This drama movie has a rating on 6.6 on IMDb. In Zwischen Pankow und Zehlendorf Horst Seemann had the role of directing.

5. Woman Doctors (1984)

Horst Seemann was a part of the movie Woman Doctors as directing. This drama movie has a rating 6.0 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

When was Horst Seemann born?

Horst Seemann’s birthday is on 11 April 1937.

What is Horst Seemann’s gender?

Horst Seemann is male.

What is Horst most known for?

Horst Seemann is most known for directing. Horst has worked on 14 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Horst Seemann’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Shots Under the Gallows, which has a score of 0.0.

Horst’s Filmography

Executive producer. In Scotland in 1751, young David Balfour is shanghaied aboard a ship where he meets Jacobite rebel Alan Breck Stewart with whom he escapes to the Scottish Highlands, dodging the redcoats.

Executive producer. Dr. Gisa Tonius, a physicist in her thirties who has a nearly adult stepdaughter, cherishes the desire to have her own child. Suddenly, a big interdisciplinary research project threatens to significantly change Gisa′s life. Uncertain whether to look for professional or private fulfillment she asks her family and friends for their opinions. They all have different views on the point at issue. While her husband is afraid of losing her to her profession, her professor thinks that because of her talent she has an obligation towards science. In the end, Gisa reaches a decision: She wants to have a baby as well as take on the research project.

Executive producer. Lydia Kowalenko is fired from the pharmaceutical company where she has worked for many years because she refused to help cover up the use of a dangerous chemical. Her daughter Katja, however, has no scruples and risks an operation which is more beneficial to her own medical research than to the convalescence of a young patient. Then Katja's only son dies after a car accident. Was he too the victim of a career-minded doctor?

Executive producer. Vienna, 1813-1819: Beethoven (played by Donatas Banionis) is at the peak of his fame. Orchestras all over the world play his music, but he lives modestly and is dependent upon private patrons. Nagged by his patronizing brothers, spied upon by officials for his republican beliefs and faced by his progressive hearing loss, the composer becomes more and more isolated. Seeman’s poetic film explores the joys, heartbreak and artistic spirit of the great composer as he works on his Ninth Symphony.

Executive producer. This comedic musical tells the story of Gabi, a young hairdresser from the Baltic coast who desperately wants to be a jockey. One day, she packs her bags, drives to Hoppegarten, and is soundly rejected by the head coach. Gabi doesn't want to give up, and in order to at least have a roof over her head, she rushes into a marriage with the seemingly nice Freddie. However, this marriage soon proves to be her second rejection, as Freddie openly dislikes the fact that she wants to be a jockey.

Executive producer. Suse works as a truck driver on a major construction site. The young woman has a hard life behind her. She was foundling, was raised by farmers. Manne, the father of her child, wanted to escape from the GDR and is in prison. After he is released, Manne wants to live again with Suse and their child together. But she rejects him as well as another worshiper. Suse is more interested in the Soviet engineer Boris, but apparently not for her, since he can never remember her at their chance encounters. But a much bigger problem - and a difficult one - is Suse, when she is offered to go to the Soviet Union for six months.

Executive producer. In a small village in West Prussia in the 1870s, Germans, Poles, Gypsies and Jews live together as neighbors. One night Johann, a German mill-owner, secretly opens the dam gates and floods the mill of his Jewish rival Levin. After his business is ruined and his calls for justice go unanswered, Levin leaves town.

Executive producer. The communist and resistance fighter Lorenz Reger, who after the war put all his efforts in the creation of a socialist German state, learns that he has only a short time left to live. Nevertheless, he wants to take on one last difficult new task: He wants to restructure a large firm which has run deep into the red numbers. In a short amount of time, Reger manages to establish mutual trust between the employees and the new management. Furthermore, he motivates the employees with his personal interest for their concerns.

Executive producer. Helmut Kamp, the construction brigade leader, a man no longer young, life immediately confronted several difficult and woeful problems. The birth of a son, the tragic death of his wife, the relationship of his daughter Ingrid with Dr. Beißert coincided with the need to move to an uninhabited area where a nuclear power plant will be built. Kamp, Ingrid and the members of the friendly brigade decide to act as the duty and the feeling of partnership prompts them, and gradually they all become participants in the new construction...

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